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Shirley McMarlin

As part of the campus-wide observance of Black History Month, a soul food dinner was served Feb. 25 at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg.

The student-run event was co-sponsored by the Diversity Student Coalition and the Pitt-Greensburg Student Government Association.

Traveling from the eastern side of the state to partake of the tasty meal was keynote speaker James Deleon III, a Philadelphia Municipal Court judge.

On hand were coalition president Imani Thompson and executive board members Matthew Matis, Huldah Kena, Matthew Grayo, Rachel Rice, Kara Burke, Elizabeth Jackson and Nadia Louis, along with the group’s advisers, Troy Ross and Gary Hart.

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